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The only way to check if your router is still working is on the light displayed on the router. These lights are your friends for its the indicator where the problem is. If the power light is not lit, you need to check the power cables and must need to make sure that the router is properly connected and getting power. If the power is really the issue, router needs replacement or if its still covered with warranty, call the manufacturer so they can replace your router or at least fixed it.
try to use it with other electric socket .if lights stil doesnt appear ,then iit could be problem with the adapter on dlink router..otherwise your router has gone bad ..if it is in warranty period go for the free replacement..
Hi! you have blinking lights on the router, we need to do the hard reset on the router. how? there is a button on the back of the router you need sharp pointed pen or pin to press it. you need to press it for 30secs after 30 secs while the reset button is press, unplug the power plug at the back of the router and plug in after 2secs while the reset button is press and press and hold it for 30secs.. release it and unplug the power plug for 15secs and plug it back in..this should work, the power light should steady and the other lights like port 1 to 4 if there is a device connected there it should stat solid and the wireless light will blink if there is a wireless device trying to connect to the wireless network. if not..and the device is still under warranty, call linksys tech support for replacement and they are going to replace it for free and if the device is still on 30 days, u can return it to the store were u purchase it..
Unfortunately, Linksys can't replace or upgrade your router. What you can do is just buy a new Linksys router. The model number WRTP54GP2 has all the VOIP functions that you need, plus it has wireless function, you can go online wirelessly using your laptop.
If the modem/router is rented from your service provider, I'd suggest contacting them to request a replacement. If you've purchased it yourself, check to see if it's still under warranty. Judging from the user manual, it seems it would have come with a 1 year warranty. If you're still in that time frame, contact the manufacturer for information on how to get it replaced.
If you own the modem outright and it's out of warranty, you may be looking at having to purchase a replacement. The steps you've already tried (rebooting, resetting to factory settings, completing the setup process) are about all you can do with these home-use routers. There's no advanced "back door" to really poke around and see what could be wrong.